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appBlaster iPhone accessory

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Reuben Drake on June 23rd, 2011

We have plenty of gun accessories for the Wii or Move wands, I guess it’s only fitting that we also have a rifle-like dock for the iPhone. The appBlaster from apptoyz is designed specifically for the company’s Alien Attack iOS game.

Just slide in your iDevice and you will be able to see the invisible aliens and mow them down. When you pull the trigger, two capacitive pads touch the screen to fire. The appBlaster is available for pre-order right now for about $32) and will arrive on July 7.

PS Move SMG rifle accessory

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on October 7th, 2010

When Sony announced its PlayStation Move it also announced some accessories at the same time. Like a charging stand and even a light gun attachment. You have to catch up with those third parties who make cheap plastic Wii accessories after all.

And now CTA Digital has a submachine gun peripheral called simply “Submachine Gun.” Just clip your Move baton up front, slide the nunchuck part in the grip, and shoot away. Both the stock and scope are removable.

Apple sues HyperMac accessory maker over MagSafe, iPod cables

Posted in Apple by Conner Flynn on September 21st, 2010

The HyperMac batteries from Sanho Corporation are a popular external batterie choice for several Apple devices. Problem is, Apple doesn’t really like them. Apple has sued the company over six patents related to MagSafe and the iPod.

The company claims to use original Apple MagSafe connectors to ensure compatibility, and obviously that connector is a proprietary connector. Instead of mimicking Apple’s patented MagSafe connectors, Sanho’s products actually rely on recycled official MagSafe products made by Apple.

The iStand is perfect for Nightclub Guestlists

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on September 16th, 2010

The iPad is showing up in so many diverse situations, proving that it really is a great and useful tablet. Well here’s another use. Now you can stick it on the top of a pole! Yes a pole. Why would you do that? Well, there could be many reasons.

The “iStand” comes from Danish designers InSilico. It includes a space for a dock-cable and security bolts to prevent anyone from running off with it easily. It also comes with two apps for CMS (content management), iCatalogue and iMagazine (PDF display). The iStand is aimed at those who spend time browsing things while standing. Like customers looking at in-store catalogs and nightclub doormen, for instance.

BodyGuardz Announces Clear Film Protection for iPad

Posted in iPad,iPad accessories by Shane McGlaun on February 3rd, 2010

If you are planning to buy yourself one of the cool new iPads that debuted this month when they start shipping, you probably have your eye on some accessories as well. BodyGuardz has announced that it is taking pre-orders on protective films for the iPad.

You can get different protective film packs that are designed to prevent scratches on the front and back of the iPad. The only downside to this film is that it won’t provide impact protection if you drop the iPad. The film is made from the same material that is used on the front of some cars as clear protection from rocks and dings.

Cocoon Innovations offers iPad compatible messenger bag

Posted in Baggage by Shane McGlaun on February 1st, 2010

iPad accessories are coming at a fast pace now that the device is official. We are seeing all sorts of gear with a lot of the stuff being sleeves and bags to protect the iPad while you are on the go. A new bag from Cocoon Innovations has been unveiled that will hold the iPad and lots of other stuff.

The bag is called the Gramercy messenger sling and it is designed to be worn over the shoulder. Inside the bag is a slot that will fit the iPad and is padded for protecting the device. The bag also features a GRID-IT system to store other gear that has elastic straps for holding things.

Booq unveils laptop bag you work out of

Posted in Computers by Shane McGlaun on October 29th, 2009

booqviperrush-sbWhen it comes to being a mobile worker, you need some gear if you are going to be productive at all. You need a notebook, a mobile phone and something to carry all that stuff in. The notebook bag is an important part of your gear and booq has unveiled a cool new laptop bag called the Viper Rush.

The bag comes in XL and M sizes with the M version fitting the 15-inch MacBook and the XL version working for the 17-inch MacBook and 15-inch PCs. The bag is semi ridged and is designed to allow you to work on your laptop without pulling it out of the bag.

iBike: Wrist-mounted iPhone accessory

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on October 11th, 2009

iBike: Wrist-mounted iPhone accessoryHere’s a great accessory for bicyclists and motorcycle riders. It’s basically a wrist mount for your iPhone, so that you don’t have to stop every time you get a call or a message. Just receive your calls, check GPS updates on the route you’re taking and even listen to some tunes and control playback without having to pull over.

Plus it’s just plain cool to have an iPhone mounted to your wrist. Makes you feel important. The whole kit costs about $140 and will come in quite handy without your device being in hand.

Louisville Slugger Baseball Bat for the Nintendo Wii

Posted in Wii Accessories by Conner Flynn on September 27th, 2009

Louisville Slugger Baseball Bat for the Nintendo WiiYou know what the Wii has been missing? The good old old Louisville Slugger. Makes sense when you think about it. Louisville Sluggers are for more than just baseball. I’m thinking a Wii home invasion title, where you wake up in the middle of the night to the sound of a robber. You could get points for different weapon choices. The good old old baseball bat is a favorite of home defense.

Then there’s all of the fighting games where you use a bat. Well, now you’ll be swinging a real one. Well, not real, but better than a plain wiimote. The Force Unleashed is a whole new game when wielding a bat.

Wii Football accessory is real

Posted in Wii by Conner Flynn on September 20th, 2009

Wii Football accessory is realNow when you throw your Wiimote at the TV, you can do so in style. This plastic football accessory might even make Madden sell better on the Wii. It comes from CTA Digital, the company behind the Wii bowling ball and iPhone steering wheel. They are no strangers to weird accessories.

This Football for your Wii opens up to hold your Wiimote and the face buttons of your controller are on top of the football. It’s compatible with Madden 10, Madden 09 All-Play, NCAA Football 09 All-Play, and several other football games.

Nintendo’s Wii football accessory patent

Posted in patents,Wii by Conner Flynn on August 25th, 2009

Nintendo's Wii football accessory patentGame console makers apparently entertain every single idea, no matter how silly. The latest patent dreamed up by the big N is a football accessory that holds a Wiimote and nunchuk. The idea is that it could determine throwing angle, power and direction as well as body movements, which are then translated to the game.

It beats an inflatable horse, but do we really need to be breaking more TVs, with fake footballs? It’s just a patent, but you never know. We may see this one down the road. Good idea or not.

Wii bicycle pedal accessory coming soon

Posted in Wii Accessories by Conner Flynn on August 13th, 2009

Wii bicycle pedal accessory coming soonThis leaked marketing slide spotted over on NeoGAF suggests that we may be getting a bike peripheral sometime soon. I wonder if they will port the arcade hit Paperboy to the Wii so you can peddle away and throw papers or maybe you can ride in the Tour de France.

We don’t know if the image is from Nintendo or from a 3rd-party accessory maker, but it looks a lot more useful than an inflatable horse. Obviously the $89.99 controller is geared toward bike-riding and fitness activities.

Kindle DX accessories from M-Edge unveiled

Posted in Accessories by Shane McGlaun on June 8th, 2009

medgekindledx-sbThe Amazon Kindle is a cool gadget and has been one of the most popular devices on Amazon since it launched. Not too long ago Amazon unveiled a new larger screen Kindle designed with reading newspapers in mind called the Kindle DX.

The Kindle DX lacked any sort of protective cover for the large screen, which meant that if users weren’t careful they could scratch the expensive gadget. A company called M-Edge has announced a new line of cases for the Kindle DX that includes the Executive Jacket and the Platform Jacket.

PediSedate: A Game Boy accessory that sedates children

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on April 15th, 2009

PediSedate: A Game Boy accessory that sedates childrenWhat you are looking at is a Game Boy hooked up to a nitrous oxide machine, so that this child can be sedated. It’s called the PediSedate and it’s probably a really bad idea.

The PediSedate was designed for use by dentists. Apparently they got bored with putting people under the normal way. The idea is to distract kids with video games while they are drugged for root canal surgery and such. That doesn’t seem creepy at all.

Wii Pom Poms for cheerleading games

Posted in Wii by Conner Flynn on January 26th, 2009

Wii Pom Poms for cheerleading gamesI find the whole Wii peripheral phenomenon fascinating. It’s fun to see what they will come up with next. However, this might be taking things a tad too far. Wii Pom Poms. Of course, it’s for those cheerleading games for the Wii.

You know, Wee Cheer and All Star Cheer squad. Your daughter is probably not playing it as she’s too busy doing the real thing. Wii controllers just look wrong with pom poms attached. The Wii Pom Poms are from Hip Street and will attach to your Wii remote and Nunchuck. This may just be the worst Wii accessory ever.

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